What an exhibition of “out of this world” art: pieces that were displayed included an array of techniques, as well as cultures represented. Walking the hallways, was like walking around the globe: from Africa to Japan, passing through Canada and other countries in between, in a multicultural exhibit.
There were also hands-on workshops, led by students and parents.
Another highlight was the framed art work of the students. Our parents worked with Ms. Battle and ARTOME to produce a beautiful display or art: Ms. Battle guided the students into drawing and painting unique creations onto a specific piece of paper that ARTOME framed and displayed. The students were excited to see their art looking so professional, and the gym looked like a true gallery!
We hope you got tho experience it on person, but if you did not, here are a few images so you can see what you missed, and the talent and hard work of our teacher and students:
- Japan- Origami engineering
- China- Students practice chopstick etiquette
- India- Mehndi Hands/ henna hands- students explore lines and curves
- Europe- Mosaic art
- France- Design Eiffel Tower
- Egypt- Group project creating life size mummy
- South Africa- Zulu Jewelry- students code colors
- Mali- Mud cloth- create pattern
- Canada- Oil pastels to blend aurora borealis
- Lego Land- Create personal avatar
- Silhouette Head- What images are inside your head.
- Glow in the art: Steam
- Slime Making- (STEAM project)
- Splash into Watercolors- painting
- Origami- Life size using big paper
Framed students’ art work, with IPTSO support and Artome
Silent Auction of student work and by Ms. Battle. To support Tluang’s family, the art department, and IPTSO